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The biggest ID theft bust in history is the result of equally impressive international cooperation, observers say.
A California man who was the first person indicted under a law passed after the September 11, 2001 attacks that bans importing missiles able to shoot down airplanes, was sentenced on Monday to 25 years in prison
A sudden plea agreement in a federal prosecution of a trio of international weapons dealers has heightened momentum in a case that could shed light on the illicit global arms trade, including irregularities in U.S.-backed shipments of assault rifles to Iraq
Federal authorities said Tuesday they seized $100 million worth of counterfeit merchandise in a crackdown on shops at Fisherman's Wharf that cater to a steady stream of international tourists
The decline of United States will take longer than expected; Indonesia, together with China and India, will become a very important geopolitical power; and an unspecified Eastern European country will end up under the heel of organized crime: this, in short, is the outcome of a report edited by the American secret services that outlines global scenarios for the upcoming years.